Category: Graphic Narrative

  • Thought Bubbles

    by Chris Gavaler Chris Gavaler is an associate professor of English at Washington and Lee University, where he teaches creative writing, fiction, and comics. He has published two novels, Pretend I’m Not Here (HarperCollins 2002) and School for Tricksters (SMU 2011); two books on comics, On the Origin of Superheroes (Iowa 2015) and Superhero Comics […]

  • Savage Confetti

    by Jason Joyce Originally from Wyoming, Jason Joyce, M.B.A. is a writer, arranger, consultant and optimist who has made it his life mission to never grow boring. You can learn more about his companies, current projects and published work by visiting jasonrjoyce.com or @savageconfetti on Instagram.

  • Biography of the Blade Back Girl

    by Sara Biggs Chaney & Michael Chaney Sara Biggs Chaney has published poems in Sixth Finch, Blackbird, Rhino, Sugar House Review, Juked, Columbia Poetry Review, Pank, Gargoyle, Thrush, and more. Michael Chaney has been published in Michigan Quarterly Review, Fourth Genre, Los Angeles Review, Minnesota Review, New Ohio Review, and Prairie Schooner.

  • it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines (Chapter 4)

    by Ben Miller Ben Miller’s prose has appeared in Best American Essays, AGNI, Kenyon Review, Raritan, Southern Review, Antioch Review and New England Review amongst other publications. He is also the author of River Bend Chronicle and the recipient of creative writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Radcliffe Institute for […]

  • Linked

    by Rachel D.L. Rachel D. L. is a queer, disabled writer and artist. She writes about disability for the Rooted in Rights blog and has published poetry, nonfiction, and comics in Anomaly, Colorado Review, Nat.Brut, and Entropy. She is an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and occasionally tweets @wordcalculator.

  • Japanese Doll

    by Sam Nakahira Sam Nakahira is an MFA candidate at the Center for Cartoon Studies and a 2019 graduate of Grinnell College. She creates comics based on her interests: food, history, pop culture, and her observations from her daily life and her travels. Her comics have been published by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Spiralbound, […]

  • The Ways of Birds

    by Maggie Damken Maggie Damken is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has previously appeared or is forthcoming in Daily Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, Cease Cows, Breadcrumbs Magazine, Rising Phoenix Review, Ghost Proposal, and others.

  • Deeper

    by Marc Russo Marc Russo is a researcher and teacher at the NC State College of Design. His research focuses on creating stories and the choices creators make in order to deepen the narrative of their work. Marc’s graphic novel Where You Stumble, There Lies Your Treasure is based on the work of Joseph Campbell, […]

  • Her Here (Adventures into the Unknown #35)

    by Johnny Damm Johnny Damm’s piece “Her Here” is part of a larger series called “Failure Biographies,” which profiles failed twentieth century artists. He is also the author of The Science of Things Familiar (The Operating System), named by the Publishers Weekly Critics Poll as one of the best graphic novels of 2017, and chapbooks […]

  • Strange Things My OCD Has Made Me Do

    by Danielle Shorr Danielle is an MFA alum and professor of rhetoric & composition at Chapman University, forever trying to make the transition from poetry to fiction. She has a fear of commitment in regard to novel writing and an affinity for wiener dogs. Her work has been published by MTV, Maudlin House, Crab Fat […]